Archive for September, 2008

Sep 29 2008

God Brand

Published by under Food,Religion

Found carved in a lightning-struck tree in Oregon: NEW TASTE SENSATIONS FROM GOD® BRAND! Times and tastes change, America, and we at God® Brand understand that. That’s why the makers of the foods you’ve enjoyed for millions of years are making some exciting changes! Here’s a sampling of what’s in store for humanity this season: […]

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Sep 26 2008

PETA Is Crazy but You’re Missing the Point

Published by under Food,Rants

A lot of people are talking about how crazy PETA is since they wrote Ben and Jerry’s telling them to use human breast milk instead of cow’s milk. Ben and Jerry’s released a statement saying they applauded their out-of-the-box thinking but thought that human babies needed that breast milk. Hello? Welcome to PETA’s point. If […]

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Sep 24 2008

The Most Irritating Person in the Classroom

Published by under Rants

This is the funny thing about online classes – you still get the same people. I find this amusing. The most irritating person in real-live class discussions is that one kid. There is always one, there is usually only one. They treat the class like their personal showcase, arguing with the professor and classmates, offering […]

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Sep 22 2008

Oprah is an Idiot

Published by under Internet,Rants

Maybe you guys have been following the upheaval in the light of Palin’s email being “hacked” last week. Maybe you’ve been watching Oprah discuss anonymous, describing it as a terrorist network of child molesters. Maybe you’ve been on 4chan laughing your ass off to a video of Oprah reading an obviously sarcastic comment posted on […]

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Sep 19 2008

Read a Book – P.G. Wodehouse

Published by under Books

Every so often, I forget why I chose to become an English major. Don’t get me wrong, I read endlessly. But so often, I’m reading the same things because there is a comfort and familiarity there. Or I’m reading a cookbook or a magazine. There is enjoyment in all those reading activities, but little surpasses […]

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